The Spring 1 excels in its careful modulation of engagement and smoothness to deliver strong tri-frequency contrast while upholding a tasteful tone and midrange voicing.
The Starfield’s reasonable pricing, excellent versatility and minimal-compromise design make it a strong purchase for newcomers and seasoned audiophiles alike.
The Final Audio E4000 suits those wanting a natural, balanced earphone with good technical performance while the E5000 suits those wanting life-like timbre and a grand soundstage propagated by meaty notes.
The ME500 is an enjoyable listen, especially for those wanting a rich, smooth yet well-detailed sound with strong technical ability.
The Tyr is a great choice for those entering the hobby wanting to see what a more balanced sound is all about while retaining key features consumers value.
True and accurate timbre. Warmth and smoothness to die for.
Shozy’s affordable in-ear makes for a strong investment perhaps not due to sound alone, but the culmination of a build, features and pricing that all make the Hibiki Shozy’s most versatile earphone yet.
I can’t recommend the E2000 more, this is one of those rare instances where an earphone truly outperforms its price class rather than simply placing well within it.
Final’s new affordable in-ear provides a warm yet detailed sound that finds an easy listen and surprising technicality.